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Guest Phantasy

Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

I do plan on doing PvE too but mainly PvP.

Also today I saw a lvl 35 druid that was in transport that was an Orka?

Any idea how I get different appearances other than by changing hair colour.

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2 hours ago, Guest Phantasy said:

Also today I saw a lvl 35 druid that was in transport that was an Orka?

Any idea how I get different appearances other than by changing hair colour.

There is a range of glyphs that allow you to change your shapeshift appearances (e.g. Glyph of the OrcaGlyph of the Orca). Just give the auctionhouse a browse.

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Hi noticed a mistake: Wild Charge in travel form does not jump you to an allies location, it does "Leap forward 20 Yards"

4. Tier 2 (Level 30) Talents for Feral Druid

Renewal Renewal Displacer Beast Displacer Beast Wild Charge Wild Charge
  • Renewal Icon Renewal is an active ability with a 90-second cooldown. It heals you for 30% of your maximum health, it is usable in all shapeshift forms, and it is off the global cooldown.
  • Displacer Beast Icon Displacer Beast is an active ability that teleports you 20 yards forward, activates Cat Form Icon Cat Form, and grants you a 50% increase in movement speed for 2 seconds.
  • Wild Charge Icon Wild Charge is an active ability that is off the global cooldown and which differs based on the shapeshift form you are in, as follows:
    • No shapeshift form: you fly to an ally's location.
    • Travel Form Icon Travel Form: you jump to an ally's location.
    • Moonkin Form Icon Moonkin Form: you leap backwards.
    • Bear Form Icon Bear Form: you charge an enemy, immobilising them for 4 seconds.
    • Cat Form Icon Cat Form: you leap behind an enemy, dazing them for 3 seconds.
    • Aquatic Form Icon Aquatic Form: your swim speed is increased by 150% for 5 seconds.

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19 hours ago, Talethiel said:

Hi noticed a mistake: Wild Charge in travel form does not jump you to an allies location, it does "Leap forward 20 Yards"

I'll let the writer know, thanks!

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On 21/04/2018 at 8:10 AM, Guest Gelena said:

You guys should put  Balance Affinity  as adviced for AoE dungeoning, as it has the best synergy with AoE ;)

This is currently in the guide:

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For increasing your DPS, the only option in this tier is Balance Affinity Icon Balance Affinity where the increased ability range will make it easier to multi-DoT targets.

It's listed as any choice in the talent sheet because the survival aspect from bear can be more useful at high M+.

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This guide will be updated for the release of the pre-patch of Battle for Azeroth in the next few days. We are aiming to have every guide deployed prior to the patch going live.

Please note that a new feedback thread will be created for the new guide, meaning that this one will be archived. Any feedback you have for the new guide should be placed in the new comment thread.

Thank you all for your patience and we are working to get the new guides up as soon as possible.

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